Reading Comprehension Flip Book | Google Classroom
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Your students will absolutely love this reading comprehension flipbook, and you will love the rigor it provides. Are you looking to take reading comprehension review to the next level? This is THE resource you need.
This reading comprehension flipbook provides students with a cohesive review of the following reading comprehension skills:
- Main Idea/Central Idea
- Compare and Contrast
- Fact and Opinion
- Cause and Effect
Use and Prep Options
•Flipbook with tabs
•Regular Double-Sided Booklet for easy printing and assembly
•Digital on Google Slides (Full Color)
How It Works:
On the right-hand side of each section, there is a carefully crafted, high-interest story that unfolds over the course of five parts. Within each part of the story, there is a specific reading comprehension skill reviewed.
On the left side of each section of the flipbook, students complete several skill-related tasks. For example, there is one section that focuses on fact and opinion, one that focuses on cause and effect, etc. There is also a comprehension quick check question for each section of the story.
All five parts go together to tell one long tale. Students should complete the entire resource over the course of several days. The final task asks them to put all of their reading skills together to write a summary of the story.
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Answer Key Included
A Note on Grade Levels: This resource is suitable for students in grades 3-5. However, please keep in mind that this resource should be completed WITH 3rd graders, scaffolded for 4th graders, and most 5th graders will be able to complete this task independently.